Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame announces a new list of Hall of Fame inductees as Randy Bachman returns for a second nod and the King of Prog Rock joins along with a Country outlaw and top groups from Australia and England
It really shouldn’t be this good. No disrespect to either of the players, but come on. E and L without the P is like… well, P and E without the L was a late eighties muddle that few people would light …
When King Crimson’s first lineup folded, this bassist landed on his feet with ELP, scored a hit with a song he wrote at the tender age of 12 and discovered just what a “Lucky Man” he was.
Prog Rock giant King Crimson deserves induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
One of progressive-rock’s true supergroups, Emerson, Lake & Palmer dazzled audiences in the 1970s with their technical proficiency, boundless creativity and songwriting savvy.